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May 26, 2005


Now he'll never have to stop the car.

(Via Gizmodo)


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From Manilow to the Crapper, I'm not sure how this item is much different than the previous.

Is that thing High or Low on the Flow?

I just gotta know.

Um, Yo.

Ok, you're right, I better go.

will it work in the family room so you dont have to miss a moment of any sporting event???? what else can they do to make dad's life any easier these days...

I guess that would be my incentive to actually change the blown lighter fuse in my vehicle! LOL!

In collage we just used one of the 50 or so beer bottles that were in the car.

"Hey, thanks for picking me up, dude. It's cold out there."

"Sure, where you headed?"

"As far west as you can take me. Oh cool, a car toilet! Mind if I take a dump?"

How's daddy posed to use this, read playboy and drive all at the same time?

We can get rid of the old Gatorade bottle!

A new portable loo is 'launched'? Bwahahaha!

Great. Someplace to store my new Manilow blanket.

"Are we there yet?"

"Kids, I'm not stopping this car for directions! I don't care if there normally aren't iceburgs in Georgia!"

"Dad, that El Grande Supremo Gastro-Explodo that I had back at Montezuma's Revenge started a street brawl with my large intestine!"

"I said I'm not stopping. Use the Indipod."

"But it's strapped to the roof with the ATV and the cat."


"Ok, but try not to swerve too much."

...and do like the Dave Matthews Band, dump it while mobile on the road.

Brings to mind stories of "blue ice chunks from the heavens".

Yeah, but does it come with a baby possum?

From CrapCam to CrapCamry, this blog has it all.

Does it come with a CD the driver can play titled, "Courtesy Flushes"?

Well I知 a-running down the road trying to loosen my load
and not a rest-stop in my sight
four hours to the next one, two hours from the last one
one hour til I lose my fight.

Crappin' easy, crappin' easy
Don't let the smell of your own load drive you crazy
Lighten up, use the new can
Don't even try to understand
Just find a place upon the pan
Crappin' easy

I wonder if that toilet will fit in the flying car on my father's day gift list....

Crappin' easy, crappin' easy
Don't let the smell of your own load drive you crazy
Lighten up, use the new can
Don't even try to understand
Just find a place upon the pan
Crappin' easy

Your dad STOPPED?

Ahhh, that would have been a luxury. We had to hang our bums out the window....

sorry for the double post

sorry for the double post

Igloo, MOTW: Good job!

Did it strike anyone else that the name has "iPod" built right in?

Where's the magazine rack?

Sky cars? Oh, great! Atlanta could then be a traffic gridlock in 3 dimensions. At least the penalty for cell phone distraction would actually be a real deterrent.

Weighs 8 kilograms. That's before using it. After, it can easily top 9 or 10 kg.

I'm standin' on the corner in Winslow, Arizona
My eyes too yellow to see.
Its girl, by god!
I hope she has an Indipod
'Cause I really do have to pee.
Come on baby.
I'm squeezing like crazy.
Open up, I need the can.
Flowin' freely.

Excellent, markhh.

The company says that the chemicals break down waste into a "sweet smelling, inoffensive liquid".

Am I the only one who found this statement odd?

Higgy - you had a WINDOW? We just had to go on the floor and then mop it up later.

Higgy, Gary - y'all had CARS?! We had to aim over the back of the buggy and try not to hit the dog.

`The bubble or "private sanitary sanctuary" inflates to an area about 1.2m high by a metre wide and is sufficient to accommodate two people, according to Mrs May.'

Doing it together is just so cute.

You had a buggy? No fair! We had to walk everywhere. Uphill. Both ways. Chased by wolves. We never got the chance to stop and squat anywhere.

Since when do bubbles need power?

The Indipod, made by Bromsgrove-based Daycar, is aimed at people with bowel and bladder problems.

They AIM that thing?!?!?!?!?

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